The Exxon Mobil Altona oil refinery has been operating in Victoria for 64 years. It employs up to 350 people directly and thousands more indirectly.
Alcoa's Anglesea coal mine that has been providing coal to its power station for smelting aluminium for 50 years has lease extended for a further 50 years
The Aphrodite gold project located 65 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia has the potential to become a major gold producer of the future.
The Augusta gold and antimony mine, at Costerfield in Victoria, is an underground operation located 50 kilometres from the gold mining centre of Bendigo.
The Ballarat underground gold mine, 115 kilometres north west of Melbourne, has re started with its first gold pour occurring in September 2011.
The Costerfield mh zone is what is now the Augusta gold mine, 10 kilometres from the town of Heathcote and 50 kilometres east of Bendigo in Victoria.
The Costerfield Project in Central Victoria uses manual hand held mining equipment to extract its gold ore while maintaining an excellent safety record.
Located in Douglas (Bondi) VIC, mining Ilmenite, Leucoxene, Rutile, Zircon
The Douglas sand mining operation has now ceased and the area fully rehabilitated by the mine owner Iluka.
The Fosterville Project in Central Victoria has been acquired by Crocodile Gold Corporation, the third Canadian company to own the mine in recent years.
Hazelwood mine's brown coal is exclusively used to fuel the Hazlewood Power Station that supplies 25 percent at Victoria's electricity needs.
The Kipper Gas Project, in the Gippsland Basin in Victoria, completed installation of its pipelines, subsea equipment, wells and offshore production facilities in 2012.
Located in Kulwin VIC, mining Mineral sands, Rutile, Zircon, Ilmenite
The Laverton North steel mill in Victoria was closed in 2008 following OneSteel acquiring the scrap metal company Smorgon Steel in 2007.
The Loy Yang mine in the Latrobe Valley of Victoria, 165 kilometres east of Melbourne, is the largest coal producing mine in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Maddingley 400 million tonne brown coal deposit at Bacchus Marsh in Victoria in the largest of only three other known leonardite deposits in the world.
Each day eight men descend into darkness in a wire cage at Maxwells Inglewood gold mine to spend their day 150 metres below the surface looking for gold.
The Morning Star – Woods Point gold mine in Victoria, is being prepared for mining by Morning Star Gold NL, despite finance being withdrawn.
The Pearl Croydon gold mine in Victoria, owned by Octagonal Resources has received all necessary approvals to now move into the gold production stage.
The historic Pioneer gold mine that is located about 70 kilometres north west of Melbourne near the town of Mitta Mitta had a life of mine of 20 years.
Government assistance saved Alcoa's oldest alumina smelter at Point Henry in Victoria from closure in 2012, its future relies on a favourable report in 2014.
Most of the solar salt pans at Port Alma in Queensland are owned by Cheetham Salt Limited, Australia's largest salt producer for both industry and food.
The Portland Aluminium smelter in western Victoria, a joint venture operation between Alcoa, CITIC and Marubeni, caters solely to the Asian market.
The Shell oil refinery at Geelong is facing closure after almost 60 years spent in creating one of Australia's largest and most complex hydrocarbon refineries.
Crocodile Gold Corporation, a Canadian company, will cease underground mining at Stawell in Victoria in 2013 and close the processing plant in 2014.
The Union Hill Alliance South gold deposit that was discovered by Alliance Resources Limited in 2004 is currently being mined by Maldon Resources.
The WIM 150 mineral sands project, 20 kilometres south east of Horsham, in the Wimmera Region of Victoria, is to be developed by Australian Zircon NL.
The Woornack, Rownack, Pirro (WRP) mineral sand mining project got underway in 2012 and is expected to continue for at least three to four years.
The Yakabindie nickel mine is W.A. that is owned by BHP Billiton Nickel West, has all approvals in place and will open when market conditions improve.
Yallourn mine is a major brown coal producer in the Latrobe Valley, and powers the station that produces around 22% of Victoria’s energy.